Cross Flag Rug

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Cross Flag Rug


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Entirely handcrafted according to an ancient Indian handicraft tradition, Cross Flag is the rug with an aesthetic that sums up the meeting of different cultures, enhancing the characteristics of the weaving technique and the material with which it is made.

The use of the rarest and most precious wools and the fringe at the end make it a precious furnishing accessory; on the other hand, the backing bound with a compact weave of breathable and stabilising cotton guarantees maximum durability.

The irregularity of its design is carefully controlled by the inclusion of frisé wool yarns in the weft and warp weave, giving the rug as a whole a soft three-dimensional appearance, with a thickness of 26/28 mm. The Cross Flag rug is available in one version only with a 2/3 in White colour and 1/3 in Ash colour for the background, a black border and white fringes.

The colours proposed are soft neutral shades that harmonise perfectly with the colours of the materials used for the frames and upholstered elements of the seats in the collection.

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Minotti Studio Design

Minotti Studio Design

Established in 1948 from the intuition of Alberto Minotti. The small scale artisan workshop grew quickly and, became more industrialized in character and size. The next step was taken by Renato and Roberto Minotti, who, after the premature death of their father in 1991, took over the reins of the company and began a process of growth and expansion into the international markets. Since 1998 they have shared their creative vision and aesthetic key-principles with the architect Rodolfo Dordoni, who has been assigned the strategic role of coordinator of all the company collections.

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